Chinese Manufacturer, Zeal, Embeds an Intel H310C Chipset with an NVIDIA GTX 1650 Graphics Card Solution

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Here is an interesting offering for those looking for a particular all-in-one approach. Chinese professional design and manufacturing company Zeal has created a unique motherboard. The folks over at Tom’s spotted this one on Zeal’s website the other day. Zeal has been manufacturing embedded solutions since 2012. It tends to focus on custom sizes such as Mini-ITX and Nano-ITX form factors. Its primary customer bases are usually point of sales, network security, banking, and industrial applications. On its company profile page, it proclaims “wisdom, innovation, integrity, quality” as its enterprise spirit. This latest embedded solution is not the first combination of Intel and NVIDIA, either...

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No expansion slots. 3 ethernet ports? What market are they trying to address here? I just don't understand who they are targeting for this. No one "needs" a GTX 1650 on a corporate drone box...

But if it's cheap enough who knows.
 

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What market are they trying to address here? I just don't understand who they are targeting for this. No one "needs" a GTX 1650 on a corporate drone box...

But if it's cheap enough who knows.
Point sale systems, higher end workstations. They wouldn't really need expansion ports as long as they have network access. Enough ports on it to allow just about anything to be plugged in. Granted the GPU is overkill at that point but it would allow some pretty advanced UI's incorporating advanced video features. Unfortunately they didn't release a price. Merely an 'inquire button' on the store page. For the right price they could easily give HP a run for their money on workstation front.
 
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Point sale systems, higher end workstations. They wouldn't really need expansion ports as long as they have network access. Enough ports on it to allow just about anything to be plugged in. Granted the GPU is overkill at that point but it would allow some pretty advanced UI's incorporating advanced video features. Unfortunately they didn't release a price. Merely an 'inquire button' on the store page. For the right price they could easily give HP a run for their money on workstation front.
That actually makes a lot of sense.. an advanced terminal with a lot of guidance/ training materials that requires computer power to have in it... this would help in a high employee turnover/low training environment/company.
 

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That actually makes a lot of sense.. an advanced terminal with a lot of guidance/ training materials that requires computer power to have in it... this would help in a high employee turnover/low training environment/company.
It would help in those situations but ugh I hate that type of company.

Also saw this on LTT and loved seeing some unknown hardware. Doesn't happen as much as it used to I feel.
 

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This would be great for task specific systems. Plus imagine using something like this for a video conference booth at your workspace. Go in sign on to your video conference. Have the Nvidia card leveraged for background noise elimination and have over all better performance than you would from your laptop at the office. (Unless you lucked out to get one with a stand alone video solution.)
 
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